The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Wedding Etiquette

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Penguin, May 6, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 192 pages
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The essential book of I do's-and I don'ts.

Savvy couples put a wedding etiquette book right next to their wedding planners to be sure they have all their bases covered. This is the ideal reference to choose-succinct, practical, and focused on the complete wedding experience, from invitations to gift registries to the reception.

* Follows in the successful footsteps of The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Being a Groom, The Pocket Idiot's Guide® to Being the Father of the Bride, and The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Being the Mother of the Bride

* Covers traditional weddings, second weddings, cross-cultural weddings, and civil unions

* Easy-to-use, portable format

* A great gift book for newlyweds-to-be

 

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I found this book to be very helpful in helping to plan my wedding. It is more like a pocket guide, but still full of relevant information. The book also has helpful suggestions that I had not thought ... Read full review

Contents

First Comes Money Then Comes Marriage
1
The Big Decisions
19
A Little Help from Your Friends
37
Your Presence Is Requested
55
Its Party Time
73
The Rules of Receptions
89
Small Details Big Effects
103
Presents Please
119
When in Rome
133
Vacational Vows
147
Once More with Feeling
163
Index
177
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About the author (2008)

Robyn S. Passante has been an editor and faith and values reporter for The Island Packet on Hilton Head Island, SC, for five years. She has also been a writer for The News Chief and editor of the special newspaper supplement, Brides.

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